South Asia Book Award, 2020
Across The Line
Rooted in the Partition, this award-winning novel intercuts between 1947 and the more recent past; between Rawalpindi, New Delhi and London; between two youngsters who witnessed the events of 1947 and two youngsters in the present – all of whose lives were shaped by the drawing of a line.
Amazon Editor's Pick, 2017
The Gory Story Of Genghis Khan
The Gory Story of Genghis Khan, a.k.a. Don’t Mess with the Mongols, invites youngsters in to take a closer look at one of history’s most feared characters – and to discover how history depends on who is telling the story.
In her debut novel Ambushed, Nayanika Mahtani tackles the glaring issue of tiger poaching while spinning a compelling story about man versus nature, set in the Himalayan forests where the majestic Bengal tigers roam.